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Existing Law:
Pupil Instruction Sexual Abuse and Sex Trafficking Prevention Education
Passed into Law, September 28th 2014

Summary:
The instructional Quality Commission* is required to consider adding a distinct category that includes Health Framework on sexual abuse and sex trafficking prevention education that includes:

Discussion of how culture and mass media influence and desensitize our perceptions of sexual abuse and sex trafficking, including, but not limited to, stereotypes and myths about the victims and abusers, victim blaming, and the role of language (among other provisions).

The instructional quality commission formerly known as Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission, part of the state Board of Education

Bill Sponsors: State Senator Holly J. Mitchell (D-Los Angeles)
State Senator Marty Block (D-San Diego)

Full Details: California legislative information

Sen. Mitchell Press Release

Existing Law:
Pupil Instruction Sexual Abuse and Sex Trafficking Prevention Education
Passed into Law, September 28th 2014

Summary:
The instructional Quality Commission* is required to consider adding a distinct category that includes Health Framework on sexual abuse and sex trafficking prevention education that includes:

Discussion of how culture and mass media influence and desensitize our perceptions of sexual abuse and sex trafficking, including, but not limited to, stereotypes and myths about the victims and abusers, victim blaming, and the role of language (among other provisions).

The instructional quality commission formerly known as Curriculum Development and Supplemental Materials Commission, part of the state Board of Education

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